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August 13, 2012


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What a pretty way to store your bindings! I don't think I can do that, because by the time I'd use them up, they'd be all faded and dusty!


Congrats to the winners.
I love antique bobbins but I have mine filled with rick rack and ribbon! I should save one for binding .. great idea.
I can't wait to see your quilts.
I did a little sewing this weekend and worked in my flower beds. It was so nice here this weekend.
Back to school?


Congratulations to your winners. Looks like you had a productive weekend. Can't wait to see the finished quilt. I had to giggle about that binding fabric. Been there, done that. Good luck on finding it!

Mary on Lake Pulaski

Can't wait to see Lincoln' s Watch that Shelly quilted!


Oooh, I can't wait to see that Lincoln quilt finished -- it looks gorgeous. And I think you need to get that random generator fixed -- it's broken! ;-D


Cool idea for the binding. Well you saw my sewing area this weekend...it needs lots of help! What did I do this weekend? Lots of grad work and cleaned my house and yard for special Girl Scout picnic. :)


I just wind my binding around a cardboard rectangle from a package of satin binding. Certainly isn't as cute as yours!

Yay me! Thanks for the great giveaway!

Maggie Szafranski

Thanks for the link to the tutorial. I have seen this done before but I think I get it now! The tube thing just doesn't work for me either!


I have extra bias binding from different projects AND SOON they will be wrapped around some large bobbins! Great idea--and thanks for the tutorial.

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